Palm Oil Mill Waste Management

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THE ANSWER TO PALM OIL WASTE

SOS Pioneer in turning palm oil mill waste into organic fertilizer, Utilizing Palm Oil Organic Waste.

Turning EFB (EMPTY FRUIT BUNCH)  into premium ORGANIC fertilizer.

Worms Are Your Natural Engineers

With over a decade of experience in palm oil mill waste management. SOS have ground breaking new biotechnology Palm oil waste management due to our commitment in R&D over 15 years.

Revolutionizing traditional bio tech services that is  offer in the open market. SOS has the unique power of our live biomass composting worms. Our consultancy team developed the first DOE approved vermi waste management Sawit at Langon.

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SOS understands that the palm oil industry will go fully organic with our technology for the following main reasons:

  • To produce organically grown and chemical free palm oil
  • To turn palm oil waste into high grade organic fertilizers, thus eliminating the existing problem of disposal which has been a major issue with the plantations and DOE
  • By turning the EFB into high grade organic fertilizers and in-return used on the oil palm plantations, will save the plantations millions of dollars in purchasing chemical based fertilizers
  • By turning POME into liquid fertilizers which is highly suitable for rice planting (SRI)

Our Vision

Palm oil mill effluent (POME) waste treatment plants cater all raw effluent produced. Approximately 0.65 tonnes of raw POME is produced for every ton of fresh fruit bunches (FFB) processed. In 2003, a total of 2,106,956 tonnes of FFB were processed, resulting in 1,369,521 tonnes of POME being produced.

Our EFB composting system offers an effective solution to the oil palm industry’s problem of waste disposal. The composting system utilizes 100% POME and EFB and uses a technically advanced method of converting waste matters into compost.

We can turn’ Empty Fruit Brunch’ into Natural organic fertilizer.
We  can convert all POME & palm oil mill effluence into high grade organic liquid fertilizer.

With over a decade of experience in palm oil mill waste management.S.O.S  have ground breaking new biotechnology Palm oil waste management due to our commitment in R&D over 15 years.

Revolutionizing traditional bio tech services that is  offer in the open market. S.O.S   has the unique power of our live biomass composting worms. Our consultancy team developed the first DOE approved vermi waste management Sawit at Langon.

ALL PALM OIL MILL  have now the opportunity to negotiate a consultancy package tailor to your specific needs to create a total odour free organic friendly waste management system.

In 2012, Malaysia, the world’s second largest producer of palm oil, produced 18.79 million tonnes of crude palm oil on roughly 5,000,000 hectares (19,000 sq mi) of land. Though Indonesia produces more palm oil, Malaysia is the world’s largest exporter of palm oil having exported 18 million tonnes of palm oil products in 2011. China, Pakistan, the European Union, India and the United States are the primary importers of Malaysian palm oil products.

In 2012, the Malaysian palm oil industry employed an estimated 491,000 workers.

Malaysia’s Sime Darby is the largest listed palm oil company globally, based on plantation area and fresh fruit bunch production. The company was created through a Malaysian government initiated merger in December 2006. The world’s second-largest oil palm plantation company, Felda Global Ventures Holdings (FELDA), is also based in Malaysia.

The ultimate organic sustainability  of the Malaysian palm oil industry is totally focused on the cooperation and leadership
of the MPOB in the most exciting, new world of vermi-technology research and development dealing with trillions of worms and  existing processes with the value-added of united commitment. This will go down in history.

S.O.S Technology understands that this is a long-term project and en- vision that one day, the palm oil industry will go
fully organic with our technology for the following main reasons:

  1. To produce organically grown and chemical free palm oil
  2. To turn palm oil waste into high grade organic fertilizers, thus eliminating the existing problem of disposal which has been a major issue with the plantations and DOE.
  3. By turning the EFB into high grade organic fertilizers and in-return used on the oil palm plantations, will save the plantations millions of dollars in purchasing chemical based fertilizers.
  4. By turning POME into liquid fertilizers which is highly suitable for rice planting (SRI).
  5. The world is now focusing on organic grown produce, and by using S.O.S organic fertilizers the oil palm plantations will not only enjoy a higher premium price but a higher yield also.